[PD] Writing down a midi file in PD
hans at eds.org
Tue Oct 9 18:02:30 CEST 2007
Now that's cool, a video help patch. I added the link to a barebones
page for seq:
On Oct 8, 2007, at 10:45 AM, giucant wrote:
> if you need an help patch for seq:
> --- Ice Cube <icecube2112 at hotmail.com> ha scritto:
>> I´m making a little PD project that generates
>> algorithmic music using midi objects like noteout
>> and makenote. My problem is that I need to record
>> all this midi info being generated by the PD (like
>> pitch of the notes and it's durations and etc) in a
>> midi file, so I can handle this info later in
>> another program (like Finale). I have some
>> experience in MAX/MSP, and in this program, it's
>> very simple to do that: just use an object called
>> "SEQ". This object writes down a complete midi file
>> with all midi information being produced in the
>> project. I've spend many hours looking around PD
>> trying to find out an object that suit my needs, but
>> without sucess.
>> I'm a composer, and for my needs, it's extremely
>> important that I can write down midi info,
>> especially because I can edit this info later in a
>> program like Finale and generate a "human friendly"
>> score that any musician can understand.
>> Anyone can help me? Any advice?
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